A web accelerator is a server-side application which speeds up a website. Such a piece of software can operate in different ways based on the site content, but in the typical case all such programs cache content and deliver it instead of the web server. That is valid for both dynamic and static Internet sites since the cached content can be simple text or database responses and the reward of employing a web accelerator is not just the faster loading website, but also the lessened overall load on the hosting server. This way, you could employ a lower-end hosting plan which will also cost less while your website visitors could still enjoy high browsing speeds. Few companies provide web accelerators with their hosting deals and they typically offer just one, while we offer 3 different ones that'll permit you to boost the performance of any type of website tremendously.
Web Accelerators in Cloud Website Hosting
We offer three of the most popular web accelerators together with our cloud website hosting solutions and depending on what plan you shall select when you sign up, they could already be available or they may be an optional upgrade. Varnish is the most well-known one of them and it can be used for any type of site. It caches the web pages the first time a website visitor opens them and provides them at a considerably faster speed compared to the web server every time that a website visitor opens them again. Memcached is employed to cache API and database calls, so it can easily increase the speed of dynamic websites like online stores, community forums or social networks. Node.js is employed for scalable web programs and it works in real-time, which makes it suitable for server-side data processing - chats, browser games, booking portals, etcetera. You will be able to pick just how much memory these accelerators shall employ and how many instances of each shall run from your Hepsia web hosting CP.
Web Accelerators in Semi-dedicated Hosting
If you select one of our semi-dedicated hosting plans, you shall be able to employ Varnish, Memcached and Node.js - three effective web accelerators. Varnish is a multi-purpose application which caches pages the first time a visitor opens them and provides them instead of the hosting server if the website visitor opens them again up to 300% more quickly. Memcached caches API and database calls and responses in order that the hosting server doesn't have to process each and every request, that makes it suitable for database-driven websites, such as ones designed with Joomla or WordPress. Node.js is employed to build web programs that function in real-time such as chats or accommodation booking portals and it processes every bit of information the moment the user enters it as opposed to waiting for large portions of information to be accumulated. The Hepsia Control Panel that comes with our semi-dedicated plans will enable you to select how many instances of each accelerator shall work at a time and just how much memory they'll use.
Web Accelerators in VPS Web Hosting
If you choose your virtual private server to be set up with the Hepsia CP, you'll be able to use Varnish, Memcached and Node.js - 3 of the most widely used web accelerators. Varnish caches websites the first time they are visited and delivers them whenever the same individual visits them again, which shall boost any sort of Internet site several times. Memcached is employed for dynamic script applications for instance Joomla and WordPress since it caches database requests and responses, as a result the database server shall not need to process the very same page every time visitors open it in case the same content should be shown. Node.js is a platform for developing real-time apps for instance online games and chats. It functions faster than similar platforms since it processes the information in tiny portions all the time and does not wait for users to input a sizable piece of data which shall need more time to be processed. The 3 web accelerators are offered with all Hepsia-based VPS solutions and come with several hundred megabytes of dedicated memory.